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In the original story, which first appeared in the game, it seems like Bullwinkle’s pet monkey. The meme is a metaphor for the way poop is made to appear, and while it seems to have taken a long time to get the message across, it’s still a great place to be. Horse ebooks / Pronunciation Book – A five-year-long viral marketing alternate reality game for a larger art project developed by Synydyne. “Horse_ebooks” was a Twitter account that seemed to promote e-books, while “Pronunciation Book” was a YouTube channel that provided ways to pronounce English words. Both accounts engaged in non-sequiturs, making some believe that the accounts were run by automated services.

Multiple outlets have noted the versatility of the GIF’s use as a reaction. Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon – A trivia/parlor game based around linking an actor to Kevin Bacon through a chain of co-starring actors in films, television, and other productions, with the hypothesis that no actor was more than six connections away from Bacon. It is similar to the theory of six degrees of separation or the Erdős number in mathematics.

Found on the Ohio sex offender registry website, the photo gained traction after being shared on website YTMND. Line Rider – A Flash game where the player draws lines that act as ramps and hills for a small rider on a sled. Steamed Hams – A clip from the season seven episode of The Simpsons, 22 Short Films About Springfield, gained popularity with many remixes and edits to the Skinner and The Superintendent segment. Snakes on a Plane – Attracted attention a year before its planned release, and before any promotional material was released, due to the film’s working title, its seemingly absurd premise, and the piquing of actor Samuel L. Jackson’s interest to work on the film.

The character became popular following a four-panel webcomic posted by a user on Twitter and DeviantArt in September 2018. SpongeBob SquarePants – A Nickelodeon animated television series that has spawned various Internet memes. These memes include “Surprised Patrick”, “Mr. Krabs Blur”, “Caveman SpongeBob”, “Handsome Squidward”, and “Mocking SpongeBob”. In 2019, Nickelodeon officially released merchandise based on the memes. Little Superstar – A video of Thavakalai, a short Indian actor, break-dancing to MC Miker G & DJ Sven’s remix of the Madonna song “Holiday”.

Epstein didn’t kill himself – A bait-and-switch joke originating on the app iFunny in October 2019, two months after his death in August. Many memes alleged involvement of Donald Trump, wooden driveway gate plans Hillary Clinton, or other notable figures. The meme saw mainstream popularity in late 2019, being unexpectedly snuck into cable news interviews by guests such as on FOX News and MSNBC.

Certain images from rage comics are known by specific titles, such as “trollface” , “forever alone” , or “rage guy” (a man shouting “FUUUUU…”). As is the case with most of the game’s poop jokes, bear pooping is a relatively safe and fun way to go. In the game the poop is actually a giant list of toilet directions, and it turns out that there are other people in the forest who have the toilet directions as well. The meme originated with a Tumblr post by user Max Lavergne, and has inspired many derivative works about the character. Variations of the meme have imagined other characters named “Georg” to explain other real or imagined statistics and beliefs.

This was followed by a video by Slayy Point, mocking “Binod” and YouTube comment sections in general. People started spamming the word ‘Binod’ across social media, primarily in YouTube comments and stream chats. A number of organisations also posted memes, including Netflix India, Twitter and Tinder. Among Us – A game made by game studio Innersloth released on Steam in 2018. The game reached internet fame in 2020 due to Twitch streamers and YouTubers playing the game frequently. Still images from the game, phrases from the game like “Emergency Meeting” and “Dead body reported” as well as typical gameplay events have influenced internet memes.

The End of the World – A Flash animated video by Jason Windsor in 2003 that depicts a situation when the entire world is nuked by rivalling countries. Potato Parcel – a web site that allows the user to send anonymous personalized messages on potatoes via the mail. It became a meme after YouTuber JonTron made a video reviewing the infomercial. The below partial list focuses more on Internet phenomena that is not restricted by regional Internet laws; other countries such as China or Pakistan do have Internet phenomena specific there that is not blocked by regional laws. These are covered in List of Internet phenomena in China and List of Internet phenomena in Pakistan.